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run-and-gun

Syllabification: run-and-gun

Definition of run-and-gun in English:

adjective

US
(In sports) denoting fast, free-flowing play without emphasis on set plays or defense.
Example sentences
  • He has said from the beginning that he would like for the team to take a more run-and-gun, open and fast break style of offense.
  • In back-to-back games, the Magic was able to lure the Knicks into a run-and-gun victory, but the Heat stubbornly refused and beat Orlando in a halfcourt game.
  • The Floridians had a run-and-gun team with a lot of fast, breaking.

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